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of carbonic anhydrase. 10,11 Studies have found zonisamide to be effective and safe when used alone or as adjuvant therapy for treatment of epilepsy in humans 11–13 and dogs. 14–16 Zonisamide has been anecdotally used in psittacine species, 1 and

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the potential analgesic effect of hydromorphone in psittacine species. Hydromorphone did not significantly change the foot withdrawal response to thermal nociceptive stimulus in cockatiels ( Nymphicus hollandicus ) at doses of 0.1, 0.3, and 0.6 mg

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problems in psittacine birds. J Avian Med Surg 2011 ; 25 : 111 – 118 . 10.1647/2010-027.1 2. Seibert LM . Pharmacotherapy for behavioral disorders in pet birds. J Exot Pet Med 2007 ; 16 : 30 – 37 . 10.1053/j.jepm.2006.11.007 3. Visser M

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extrapolated from the time of the last dose to infinity. C mean = Mean plasma concentration. C min = Minimum plasma concentration. Discussion In the present study, the pharmacokinetics of amantadine was evaluated in a psittacine species after oral

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butorphanol in birds have primarily focused on psittacine birds 4,6,7,10,13 and birds of prey, 9,12 with minimal evaluation of effects in other families of birds. The focus of the study reported here was to determine the pharmacokinetics of butorphanol

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.11.1514 12. Flammer K. , Use of enrofloxacin (baytril) in psittacine birds ; in Proceedings . 3rd Int Vet Symp Fluoroquinolones 1999 ; 107 – 109 . 13. Jaglan PS , Cox BL , Arnold TS , et al., Liquid chromatographic determination of

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